White House official: Trump's policies help open new export markets

Friday, 08 March 2019 17:48:13 (GMT+3)   |   Istanbul

White House trade policy assistant Pete Navarro has talked about President Trump’s recent policies in an article written for the New York Post.

The White House official has argued that Trump’s policies have helped to open new exports markets for the country, with the president also announcing plans for new trade deals with the EU, Britain and Japan last year alone which accounted for $350 billion of American exports in 2017.

According to Navarro, the International Trade Commission has more than doubled its investigations of foreign subsidies during Trump administration. In 2019, the Trump administration will continue leveling the playing field, balancing international trade relationships and securing strong deals, he claimed.

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